It’s here. It finally happened. By the time you read this, Ohio sports betting will be legal. In fact, it happened at 12:01 AM New Year’s Day. So, the betting action in the Buckeye state has been fast and furious, to say the very least.
There are truly remarkable sports fans in Ohio. Case in point: they continued to bet through the night, according to multiple reports, even though there was a real damper on events after Ohio State lost in the BCS (Peach Bowl) to Georgia literally minutes after sports betting was legalized.
If you’re looking for where to get started with mobile betting in Ohio, three big casinos, Caesars Sportsbook, MGM Northfield Park, and “Jack” each offer different experiences. You can bet with a teller or at a kiosk, but, of course, there are mobile sportsbook options for each place as well. When the state legalized online betting, they legalized sports betting for not just in-person interactions but for those online as well. That way, everyone who wants to be able to get a bet down in Ohio will be able to do so.
The first two days of Ohio sports betting have been great. There are many, many more to come.